A stop motion LEGO short by Spite Your Face Productions Ltd, commisioned by Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios/The Lego Group to accompany the release of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2. Watch as Lego versions of Spider-Man and Doc Ock battle it out across New York.
Spider-Man: The Peril of Doc Ock and all associated images are copyright 2004 The LEGO Group
yes this was grand. Easy to watch and understand, and a bit hilarious. (I MEAN WHERE DID DOC FIND THAT ELEPHANT?!??!?! GROSS WACK AND WICKED MAAAAAAAAAN!!!) a must see for any family memeber.
August 5, 2005 Subject:
You Knocked His Block Off!
Our web-slinging hero is called into action when multi-tasking villain Doc Ock decides to make a mess of the city.
The animation is incredibly fluid (especially for stop-motion), and the accompanying soundtrack adds the sort of edginess you might expect from a feature film.
I really liked the changing facial expressions of Doc Ock during key action scenes. Even though the other characters' expressions were untouched it didn't really lose anything. In fact in a few places it actually added to the humor.
July 24, 2005 Subject:
This is the best stop motion film I have seen. The music score was cool, and the humor was great. Must see!
Reviewer:Alien Films -
January 21, 2005 Subject:
That was the greatest Stop-Motion Film ever!
Reviewer:tracey pooh -
September 2, 2004 Subject:
Great little fun flick
I've only done time-lapse nature photog
so it was nice to see creativity applied to legos. The effective (while not entirely novel) music was very nicely done to accent the action!
Reviewer:henk pol -
August 6, 2004 Subject:
one of the best Lego movies I've seen
July 16, 2004 Subject:
Fantastic! Who will beat it?
This is technically really one of the best legofilms around and definately with the best sets because they are really big.
The fight is clever & funny, Doc Ock throws strange htings at spiderman, reads a book while he is beating him....
Ch-ch-check it out.
I would like to see Han Solo Affair & the lego Monty Python's The Holy Grail here, but maybe this isn't possible because of copyrights....
I don't like to watch these two movies in a small window....
July 8, 2004 Subject:
Absolutely astoundingly spectacular
If you want to see a good, well-animated brickfilm this is one of the movies, I'd reccomend to you. Good, smooth animation, spectacular sets and sweet effects makes the movie experience better. Well done!
Written, Produced, Animated, Edited and Directed by
Tim Drage and Tony Mines